The Philosopher Agapito Maestre will be coordinating the round table "The Gold of Castilla-La Mancha. Its Wines"
The Castellano-Manchego born Philosopher Agapito Maestre will be coordinating the round table "The Gold of Castilla-La Mancha. Its Wines", which will be celebrated within the frame of the National Trade Fair on Wine, FENAVIN-2009, from May 5th to the 7th at the Ciudad Real Trade Fair Pavilion.
As explained by the Professor of Philosophy, the round table will have a historic nature to it, and it will be presented by the Historian and Enologist Jesús Palacios. He also comments that the role that wine has had in literature will also be described, specifically in Castellano-Manchego literature. Likewise intervening will be the Film Critic Eduardo Torres Dulce who will talk about wine and the cinema, along with Jesús E. Esteban, Civil Engineer and Economist
Agapito Maestre is a Writer, Essayist and Professor of Philosophy of Law, Ethics and Politics. He has held positions in the Complutense University of Madrid and in the Universities of Almeria and Granada, apart from posts in other universities. He obtained his Doctorate in Philosophy with extraordinary honors from the Complutense University of Madrid. He is a Graduate of Philosophy and Letters, Graduate of Sociology and Graduate of Political Sciences. He has studied in Frankfurt, Berlin and Fribourg. He has participated in various editions of FENAVIN in diverse round tables, amongst others, "Wine and Art", which took place at FENAVIN-2005.
Jesús Palacios is one of the Historians and Essayists who is enjoying the greatest recognition in the last few years, and he is also a journalist, writer and specialized historian in contemporary history. He has published various books of a strictly historical nature that verse on Spain's 20th Century.
Eduardo Torres Dulce is a Graduate of Law by the Complutense University. He is trained as a Public Prosecutor and he is currently Chief Prosecutor of the District Attorney's Office of the Constitutional Court. He is a Professor at the College of Cinema of the Autonomous University of Madrid, (ECAM), film reviewer for the newspaper Expansión and the magazine La Clave, and he participates in the film-based radio program Cowboys de Medianoche. He has been appointed member of the Editorial Staff Committee of the magazine Nickolodeon and he has also participated in the program ¡Qué grande es el cine!, which was broadcast by TVE2 during ten years.